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30 Apr 2016
The coming months will see a string of prominent boxing battles occurring, and one of the greatest of those is the HBO confrontation between Canelo vs Khan Live Stream booked for May 7. As of late, Canelo (46-1-1) has turned out to be one of the top non-Mayweather, non-Pacquiao attracts boxing, with prominent battles against any semblance of Mayweather and Miguel Cotto. He comes in off a November win over Cotto - most likely his greatest vocation triumph to date. Khan (31-3) is a very much respected warrior climbing in weight here. The mainstream British contender has been plotting for enormous battles recently, and comes in here off a win over Chris Algieri in May. 
Event: Pay Per View HBO Boxing
Player: Saul Canelo Alveraze vs Amir Khan
Date: 7th May, 2016
Place: T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada
Live Stream/TV: canelokhanlivestream.com
Our companions at FightHub addressed Khan about the battle and how he will manage Canelo and the adjustment in weight. This is what he needed to say: 
I need to demonstrate to individuals this is the place I have a place. Putting the weight on... it's not backed off the pace one piece. The rate is still there, the punch force is expanded clearly. I've been competing folks and they all say they feel the force. However, I would prefer not to concentrate on a lot of the force since I don't need it to back me off and commit that error where I'm making a decent attempt to toss a top dog. What's going to win us this battle is shrewd blends, being brilliant, utilizing the feet well, and simply picking the shots at the ideal time, not trying too hard. In the event that you've seen my past battles, I try too hard now and again in light of the fact that I believe I'm the person to toss the most punches, yet this time, I'm not going to commit those errors. Will be keen, I'm going to adhere to my strategy, and I'm not going to commit any errors. 
I'm the person who should stroll into the battle and get beat and get thumped out. In any case, you comprehend what, I need individuals to trust that. Since once I pull off the irritated, it will be a major slap in everybody's face... It just improves the story notwithstanding when you win. 
There's a great deal more from Khan in the full meeting above. Look at it, in addition to more scope from Fight Hub. 

Ridiculous Elbow will have battle scope of Canelo versus Khan in the coming weeks. 
Previous WBC middleweight champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. has called Canelo Alvarez's as of late declared battle with Amir Khan a "shame," proposing the weight uniqueness between the pair is inadmissible. 
For Chavez Jr., Khan is not even a genuine welterweight—the Englishman has already battled at lightweight and light welterweight—and the 29-year-old condemned the battle being made for Alvarez's WBC middleweight title, per BoxingScene.com's Miguel Rivera: 
"With all due admiration, Canelo's battle is a shame to the middleweight division. A 140 [pounder] battling at that weight [of 155]. It shames boxing. We as a whole know who wins. That [fight] ought not be permitted. The following battle for Chavez Jr. will be against Chris Algieri [the boxer joked]." 
The pair will battle at a 155-pound catchweight at Las Vegas' T-Mobile Arena on May 7, however that in any case requires Khan, 29, to make a major stride up from welterweight. 

What's more, as Mexico's Alvarez generally rehydrates essentially before a battle, an enormous size contrast is inevitable.It is set to be a noteworthy occasion, with Alvarez making his first safeguard of the title he won against Miguel Cotto in November. 
Be that as it may, Chavez Jr. is by all account not the only individual to voice questions over the conflict. Previous three-time best on the planet Shane Mosley is likewise sceptical:Not just is Khan essentially littler than Alvarez, 25, however he has additionally been far from the ring for quite a while, having last battled in a worked win over Chris Algieri in May 2015. 
The Bolton contender has won his last five battles following consecutive annihilations to Lamont Peterson and Danny Garcia in 2011 and 2012, and Canelo vs Khan Live this battle is a gigantic open door for him. 
There are few negatives for Khan in taking a shot at Alvarez's title, particularly when contrasted and the harm he could have brought on had he lost a highly touted battle against comrade Kell Brook, per boxing essayist Tom Craze:


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